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Corvette Today Podcast: Meet Corvette’s Car Racing’s Brand Manager, Laura Wontrop Klauser

When GM decided to bring all of their racing entities under one person, they picked Laura Wontrop Klauser to lead them.; In this episode of CORVETTE TODAY, your host, Steve Garrett, introduces you to Laura.  She's a Mechanical Engineer, she track races, she truly loves her job.  And she talks about bringing all of GM's racing together to share ideas and research.   Also learn about the future of Corvette Racing on this episode of the CORVETTE TODAY podcast
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Caddy XT6 3-row CUV

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  • Caddy XT6 3-row CUV

    Cadillac is expanding its product line again, this time with what appears to be a 3-row CUV, named a XT6. This is all part of Cadillac introducing new models every six months or less for the next three years.

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    Originally posted by MotorAuthority
    New Cadillac Model To Debut January 2019, Likely A Three-Row CUV
    SEP 17, 2018 at 1:31PM

    BY: ANTHONY ALANIZ, Associate Editor It could be the XT6.

    Cadillac is expanding its lineup of crossovers and SUVs from two – XT5 and Escalade to four – XT4 and a new three-row offering. At the brand’s launch for the XT4, Cadillac President Steve Carlisle said, the company’s next new product will debut at the Detroit Auto Show in January, according to an interview with Automotive News. All signs point to this new vehicle being the three-row XT6 we’ve spied testing on several occasions earlier this year.

    The XT6, slotting between the XT5 and Escalade, will likely wear the company’s evolving corporate styling. However, spy photos of the new crossover show the vehicle with stand-in units. Under the hood should be GM’s 310-horsepower, 3.6-liter V6 engine paired with a nine-speed automatic gearbox. A 400-hp, twin-turbo engine is possible, too. It’ll come packed with technology, including offering Cadillac’s Super Cruise hands-free driver assist package, the latest Cue infotainment interface with a 10-inch screen, and a video rear-view mirror. Check out Cadillac's three-row XT6 CUV:

    Cadillac XT6 Spied Still Covered In Thick Camo

    Three-Row Cadillac XT6 SUV Caught Testing
    According to the publication, the new three-row CUV is part of Cadillac’s $12-billion product restructuring that includes debuting a new or redesigned vehicle about every six months through 2021. This started this year with the 2019 XT4. After the three-row CUV early next year, Cadillac had plans for an ATS sedan replacement, a smaller sedan, and the next-generation Escalade in 2020, according to Automotive News. After that, the plan was to redesign the XT5 and work on a performance EV or sports car based on the Corvette. But some of those plans could be up in the air.

    While Cadillac maps out its future to return the brand to luxury glory, the XT6 will help the company compete with other luxury automakers who are selling to eager crossover and SUV customers. The company needs a fresh lineup, and its new product assault should please customers.

    Source: Automotive News
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